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A Melbourne artist has challenged the dominant myth of Hanging Rock by raising uncomfortable questions about actual losses and traumas.
When Facebook likes can make a show and the faint praise of 'interesting' can damn it, curators face a new terrain of influences that are bottom up, rather than top down.
Engaging people in social and political issues requires not just looking at art but participating in creating.
A leading public artist hits out at projections, flashing lights and a superficial understanding of interactivity.
A business-oriented, academic-focus tertiary system is struggling to provide the craft skills artists need.
Regulation and bureaucracy are sucking creativity out of public art in Australia. It’s easier to work overseas.
'Anywhere art' is now so widespread that the need for purpose-built galleries and theatres is being questioned.
NSW has just sacked over 100 teachers in its prison system - many teaching art - while Victoria has a progressive a new system to sell inmates art. What is going on?
Galleries are under pressure to use sustainable energy but the long term savings and environmental benefits come at a cost.
Erections, snootiness and perverts: we investigate the misconceptions about being a life drawing model.
The creative sector's battle over copyright is likely to come to a head in 2017. We decode the jargon and explain why it matters.
Health care students are developing their empathy, moral insight and cultural awareness through a program that helps them look at art.
Engaging adolescents in the arts is quite different from - and often more difficult than - family programming. But the rewards for savvy arts organisations are considerable.
Having put the challenges of 2016 behind us, we've asked a range of industry figures to share some optimism for 2017.
The National Gallery of Victoria is asking for the public’s assistance in sourcing 14 missing artworks so it can restage a landmark 1968 exhibition.
The distinction between the high art nude and the dark alley pornographer has been replaced by an appreciation of multicultural erotic art and porn as therapy.
Arts managers share the secrets of their resilience in the face of funding cuts and constant uncertainty.
Many parents are taking their kids to the theatre and galleries, often for the first time themselves.
As the number of arts festivals across Australia mushroom, is it time to consider the point of such cultural clustering?
A book, film, or painting may be just the prescription you need to overcome anxiety, grief, depression, lethargy or ordinary unhappiness.
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